Kitchen RemodelYou’re saving up for that big kitchen remodel, but in the meantime, you have to do something to get your kitchen out of the past. At Gemini Wallcovering & Renovations Inc., we want to share a few tricks of the trade that can help you update your kitchen without too much time or money.

1. Light fixtures

That old, shiny brass light fixture hanging over your kitchen island just screams 1980s. While some brass might be making a comeback, you know what’s hanging in your kitchen will not pass for modern lighting. The good news is that swapping out a light fixture is a fast and affordable way to make your kitchen look a bit more current.

2. Wall color

Whether your wall color or wallpaper is outdated or just looks worn and faded, you’ll be amazed by how a new coat of paint or more modern wallpaper can transform your kitchen. If you need some help determining a modern design that works well with your space, don’t hesitate to call our team for a consultation and estimate on interior painting, wallpaper removal, or wallpaper installation. In the grand remodeling scheme (versus a complete redesign or expansion), changing paint color or wallpaper is one of the least expensive changes you can make that will produce big results.

3. New hardware

If your cabinets are in good condition, consider changing out the old knobs and pulls for more modern hardware. You might be amazed how new hardware, a screwdriver, and an hour or so of your time can make your kitchen look fresh and new.

Gemini Wallcovering & Renovations is your one-stop-shop in Alexandria and Fairfax, VA, for interior painting, wallcoverings, and home improvement. Whether your project is big or small, our remodeling and painting crews would love to help you make your kitchen look new. And when you’re ready for the big kitchen overhaul, we’ll help you through the entire kitchen-remodeling process.

To find out more or to get an estimate on a kitchen remodel or interior painting, contact us at (571) 501-1405.


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